Rob DuToit

Education
University of New Hampshire, BFA, 1979 
Parsons School of Design - New School, New York, MFA 1981
Temple University Study in Rome Italy, 1981

Solo Exhibitions
2018, 2016, 2014
Berta Walker Gallery, Provincetown MA.

2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Gallery Ehva, Provincetown MA.

2014
Moira Walsh gallery, Kittery Maine

2003
DNA Gallery, Provincetown MA.

2002, 1999
Schoolhouse Gallery, Provincetown MA.

2000, 2002
Maurice Arlos Gallery, New York City

1998, 2000, 2002
Cherry Stone Gallery, Wellfleet Ma.

1994, 1995, 1996
Rising Tide Gallery, Provincetown MA.

1992, 1993
Julie Heller Gallery, Provincetown MA.

1991
Chandler Gallery, Wellfleet, MA.

Group Exhibitions
2017, 2015, 2013, 1992
Berta Walker Gallery, Provincetown MA.

2017
On the Shoulders of Giants", Westbeth Gallery, New York

2008
"Four Painters", Cape Cod Museum of Fine Arts, Dennis Ma.

2002
Acme Fine Arts, Newbury Street Boston, MA.

2000
James Baker Gallery, Newbury Street Boston, MA.

2000
Pertutti Gallery, Boston MA.

1991
"Paintings by Rob DuToit, Drawings by Edward Hopper", Chandler Gallery, Provincetown MA.

1990, 1989
"Landscape Show", Chandler Gallery, Wellfleet MA.

1997
"Paul Resika Invitational for young Artists", Provincetown Art Association and Museum

1985
"Pastel Landscapes of Wolf Kahn and Rob DuToit", Mercer Price Gallery, Putney Vermont

1984, 1982
Bowery gallery, New York

Teaching
1990 - 2019
Provincetown Art Association and Museum

1986 - 2019
Truro Center for the Arts, Truro MA.

2002, 2008
Provincetown International Art Institute, Cape Cod Community College

Curatorial
2019
"Color Beyond Description, Watercolors of Charles Hawthorne, Hans Hofmann, Paul Resika", Provincetown Art Association and Museum

2015
"Paul Resika, Paintings 1947 - 2014", Provincetown Art Association and Museum

2014
"Karl Knaths", Provincetown Art Association and Museum

2009
"The Collection and Salon of Fritz and Jeanne Bultmann",  Provincetown Art Association and Museum

2008
"Edwind Dickinson, The Provincetown Years",  Provincetown Art Association and Museum






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